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Wednesday, July 17, 2013
Panasonic Introduces Portable, Wireless Speaker


Panasonic has inreoduced the SC-NT10 Portable Wireless Speaker System with Bluetooth compatibility.

With Quad Proof "tough" performance, the speaker system has been designed for outdoor use and its compact size makes it portable.

Four "tough" performance traits allow for the Panasonic SC-NT10 to be used in nearly any outdoor setting. The device is Splash Proof; Dust Proof; Shock Proof (passing drop tests from a maximum of 30 inches); and Freeze/ Heat Proof. These Splash Proof, Dust Proof, Shock Proof, and Freeze/ Heat Proof design qualities enable carefree outdoor music in all seasons.



The SC-NT10 incorporates two Full Range Speakers (1-3/ 8 inches) and a Passive Radiator (2 inches). Additionally, XBS Master, a music technology developed by Panasonic, is filled with premium sound technology including XBS, which amplifies low-frequency sounds; Multi Band Gain Control, which eliminates unnatural sounds generated in the process of automatically controlling distortion; and H.BASS, which adds harmonics to enable the reproduction of bass sounds at low frequencies, such as 80 Hz or less, which were previously difficult to reproduce with this class of speaker. Using Boost Mode, the SC-NT10 can boost the midrange sounds that are naturally easy to hear.

NFC (Near Field Communication) enables easy Bluetooth pairing for connection to a smartphone or tablet device by simply passing the device over the SC-NT10. Audio signals that are lost during transmission from a smartphone or tablet are compensated by the Bluetooth Re-master function for a level of sound quality that virtually equals the originally transmitted sound. In addition to playing music, a built-in microphone allows for hands-free conversation when you get a phone call through your connected smartphone.

The Panasonic SC-NT10 operates on a rechargeable battery that operates continuously for up to eights hours. Users can also charge their smartphone or tablet device directly from the SC-NT10's USB port.

The Panasonic SC-NT10 Portable Wireless Speaker will be available in Orange/Black and Blue/Black in the fall of 2013 with an SRP of $99.99.


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